AceShowbiz - As filming of "The Flash" season is currently underway, a slew of photos taken from Vancouver set have found their way out online. The photos see Nora West-Allen (Jessica Parker Kennedy), the daughter off Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) and Iris West (Candice Patton), suiting up to her costume.
The time-traveling superhero wore a blue-and-white two-piece ensemble. Nora a.k.a. XS, sported a black mask, while her costume featured a unique lightning bolt and comet symbol front and center.
The costume looked similar to the one of the Legion of Super-Heroes version of the character, especially the purple and white chest design. However, The CW's version had a different mask and styling.
Nora is set to be a big part of the upcoming new season of the DC series. About her role, Kennedy said, "Something has obviously happened for me to feel much closer to my father than my mother. It's something you'll find out relatively early on in the season."
The actress also talked about her character's bond with her father. "Personality-wise, I think she’s a lot like Barry," Kennedy revealed. "Certainly, the way Barry was early on. She's finding her footing. She’s goofy, she's dorky, she's very young spirited. She is prone to making mistakes and other people needing to clean them up. That's just sort of where she’s at right now. She’s in the experimental phase of her life."
Some more photos of Nora West-Allen. These photos are mainly Jessica Parker Kennedy's stunt double (JPK is lying on the ground in the first photo, and has her back to us in the 2nd - the rest are her double). Gives you a better look at the costume. #TheFlash#BabyFlashpic.twitter.com/1E3p5WjLYm— Suffering Sappho (@ThemysciraBound) July 18, 2018
Meanwhile, season 5 will feature the arrival of the classic Golden Age Flash supervillain. According to That Hashtag Show, Peter Merkel a.k.a. Rag Doll will wreck havoc in Central City.
Peter is described as "an incredibly emotional damaged criminal who has the power to bend out of shape and fit his whole body into small spaces." Created by Gardner Fox, the character debuted in Flash Comics #36 back in December 1942. The site suggests that the villain will appear in one episode of the upcoming fifth season.
"The Flash" returns on Tuesday, October 9 at 8 P.M. on The CW.